I have received a lot of mail from my dear Denise in Canada lately. Here is a very pretty envelope and card from her. Thank you <3
And this awesome washi creation is from her as well. I love how she used different colours for every letter in the address :)
Then I might have ordered some cute stickers to use for my mail and journals :) I am in love with the penguins! I ordered them at one of my favorite etsy stores: kawaiistickers4you.
This is a washi monster that I created (sometimes I go oops with the wahi rolls…). It has travelled all the way to DeAnn in the US.
And this very purple and pink envelope is for my friend Barbara in Germany.
Here’s some mail chaos going to Denise in Canada. The chaos strikes upon opening ;) I always send my experiments her way, poor girl.
Tomorrow it’s time for a new archaeological dig! It’s at the same place as we were last year to dig with our uni. class. Hopefully we’ll find something amazing!
Anny Sabine in Sweden, Katrin in Germany and Charlotte in the UK are each receiving a postcard! (Who gets which will remain a secret.)
I sent a little something in an envelope to my dear friend Aiko in Japan. I hope it reaches her safely :)
And as usual, a letter for my dear Denise :) I tried to type the address on my newly acquired typewriter, but it turns out my thick mailarted envelopes are a bit too much for the machine. I hope the mail people can read it anyway!
Joana in Portugal is the receiver of this happy yellow envelope. Don’t you all just love my kitty washi? :D
When I got home yesterday from my vacation in northern Sweden I found a huge mail pile waiting for me on my desk. My boyfriend had even sorted and marked (with memo sheets) the mail for me after the date it was received :) Here are some of the things I found in that pile:
A lovely letter from Ann in the US. Those owls are too cute, and look at that gorgeous tape! And she knows I’m a total sucker for church buildings, judging by the leaflet she enclosed :)
Here’s an oh so amazing letter from my dearest Denise in Canada. This envelope makes me think that the blue and yellow Swedish flag needs some orange!
Sara Jean! Loved your letter as always! What a pain that someone failed with the delivery of my mail the first time D: But now it’s here, and I really like this cool card with the Niterói Contemporary Art Museum! Such a cool building!
/former art history student ;)
PS. I’m very much in love with these circus stamps.
Here are four postcards I received! Yes, four! :D The bottom two are from Charlotte in the UK. I especially love the Little Women one!
On the top left is a card from my penpal Katrin from Germany, sent from Norway. And the last one, top right, is from Anny Sabine here in Sweden. It’s the cathedral in Uppsala! <3